Morecambe Bay Ice Cream

Is there anything better than enjoying a delicious Ice Cream while basking in the glorious sights and sounds of Morecambe Bay? We’ve put together a list of some of the best places to get ice cream the bay area has to offer!

 


Brucciani’s Ice Cream Parlour

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Bruno Brucciani’s family has been making ice cream in Morecambe for almost 100 years!

It was once the hub of a thriving seaside town and is best known for its speciality ice cream and coffee since the 1930’s. The business has been kept in the Italian family and still has its original trademark wood panelling and art deco interior.

Brucciani’s is still a favourite with the tourists and is probably as close as you can get to Tuscany in Lancashire.

You can find more information on Brucciani’s Facebook page.


Cumbrian Cow Ice Cream

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Located on the outskirts of Ulverston, Cumbrian Cow are a traditional on-farm Ice Cream parlour, serving delicious Ice Cream, milkshakes, waffles, sundaes, cakes and coffee. In The Dairy you’ll find freshly made ice cream, in cones, on hot waffles, in sundaes and our delicious milkshakes.

Check out their Facebook page for more information.


Miogelato

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Miogelato, based in Morecambe, is part of the Miaitalia family of businesses, which includes Miaitalia Pizzeria in nearby Bolton-le-Sands, and gelato parlour ‘scoop&grind’ on Morecambe promenade.

Miogelato supplies Miaitalia Pizzeria and scoop&grind with their gelato range, as well as supplying other businesses, across the Lancaster & Morecambe district and north west. The aim at Miogelato was always to produce the best quality gelato, using the finest raw ingredients – their efforts were rewarded when our base flavour ‘crema’ won ‘best newcomer’ at the 2018 UK ice cream alliance championships.

Don’t forget to head over to their website for more information.


Wallings

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Three generations of the Walling family operate this working farm with a diverse range of enterprises.

Wallings is a beautifully converted barn situated in lovely rural Lancashire countryside. With ample free parking and fantastic views, you can enjoy a delicious ice cream from their parlour or choose from one of their mouth watering sweet treats.

Fresh made pancakes and waffles are a favourite with visitors, there’s a huge choice of toppings to choose from too. With a great selection of tea and coffees, and with J Atkinson & Co as their supplier, you can be assured of quality.

Head on over to Walling’s website for more information.


Lewis’ Ice Cream

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Lewis’s Ice Cream uses a traditional, Italian family recipe to create an ice cream that will delight your taste buds and leave you coming back for more!
Originally starting at the beginning of the 20th century by the current owner’s great grandfather, Pietro Anthony, who set up a small factory in Poulton square Morecambe. The family tradition was continued by his son, John Anthony, and latterly by his grandson, Bruno Lewis, under who’s direction the business expanded rapidly. Lewis’s Ice Cream soon became the by-word for quality, and their fame spread throughout the North West of England and beyond.
Now, using Lewis’s famous original recipe created by their grandfather, John and David Lewis have set up a new factory in the Lake District to once again produce what they think is the best ice cream available. Alongside close family friend Richard Bates, they have expanded the original range to encompass both traditional and new exciting, and exotic flavours. Using only the best quality Italian flavours along with double cream, milk and luxury butter, their dairy ice cream is expertly blended with years of knowledge and tradition.
Check out the Lewis’ Ice Cream website for more information.